I love that photo graphic of the s’mores. At an early December gathering for the local land trust organization, there was a bonfire and s’more elements for some fun. Honestly, it has been years since I made a s’more around a bonfire and enjoyed it with friends. We had the usual graham crackers mine didn’t look nearly as pretty as the one you show. The chocolate chips might be the best idea for even melted bliss!
Loved those MJF S’mores around the fire at the Outpost B&B when Robin and I were able to stay there!
I’ve been following you on Facebook for several months now and enjoy all your posts. Today I clicked on this link and have found your lovely website. I’ve bookmarked it so I can return often. The photo above is beautiful and whenever I see homemade marshmallows cut into squares my heart skips a beat. I hear they are easy to make but have yet to try to do so on my own. My family loves s’mores and I look forward to trying the recipe! Lastly, as I am just getting into photography myself, I must say I love your Farmgirl Romance watermark…it’s so feminine and beautiful…and I love the font. Do you use a certain app to place that on your pictures?? Many thanks for making me smile today!!
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